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Apantac LLC is a leading designer and developer of high quality, cost effective multiviewers, signal processing equipment, and video walls.
The Apantac product line has been specifically designed to provide users with flexible and innovative technology solutions for signal monitoring and processing.
The Apantac product line includes: Multiformat, modular multiviewers, standalone and openGear card based products including compact multiviewers, scalers, converters, de-embedders, extenders and splitters, matrices and clean switches, fiber optic extenders, video walls, etc.
The supported formats include CVBS and SDI up to UHD, IP and ASI, HDMI, Display Port, DVI, VGA, HDBaseT, USB and Fiber.
These products are sold globally through direct selling channels, a growing network of dealers, system integrators, OEM’s and various other partners.
Apantac was founded in 2008 and is a privately held company with its headquarters located in Portland, Oregon, USA.
Address7470 SW Bridgeport Road
What makes the T# Multiviewer platform particularly versatile is the fact that it is truly modular. When fully populated (using the largest frame – 4RU), the hardware accommodates eight input boards and up to 64 inputs, monitoring signals from 12G, Uncompressed Video over IP (ST 2022-6, ST 2110), Composite to 3G SDI, UHD, HDMI/DVI or SDI over Fiber. The latest format support for T# Multiviewer series includes the new 12G SDI, Uncompressed Video over IP input boards and Uncompressed Video over IP output capability. These new boards expands the range of formats that T# supports making it one of the most versatile Multiviewers available on the market today. The T# Multiviewers Series is scalable and can display up to 64 different sources on up to 8 screens. The source PIPs (picture in picture) can be duplicated as many times as needed to the various outputs.
The Mi-16 is an ideal choice for facilities that require a full-featured Multiviewer, yet are cost conscious. The Mi-16 series features 16 SD, HD and 3G (level A & B) SDI inputs, with passive loop, and auto detect. it offers 2 pairs of HDMI and SDI outputs. Three models are included in the Series: Mi-16 – 16x1 Multiviewer with two sets of HDMI and SDI outputs show identical content. The Mi-16+ (plus) which offers two 8x1 Multiviewers in one. Inputs 1 to 8 are displayed on the first set of HDMI & SDI outputs and inputs 9 to 16 are displayed on the second set of HDMI & SDI outputs. The Mi-16# (sharp) is a 16x2 Multiviewer whereby each input can be assigned to any output or both outputs.
The real innovation behind the Di-16 range of multiviewers is that they are packed full of features typically only found in a $15,000 multiviewer system, yet are priced between $5,000 and $10,000. There is no other HDMI multiviewer series offered on the market today so fully featured for such a low price point. The Di-16 family is ideal for IP TV set top box monitoring, live events, command control and various other applications. The new Di Series includes three models. The Di-16 is a 16x1 Multiviewer with 16 HDMI inputs and two sets of identical HDMI and SDI outputs. The Di-16+ (plus) is a dual 8x1 Multiviewer. The first set of HDMI and SDI outputs display the first set of 8 HDMI inputs and the second set of HDMI and SDI outputs display the last set of 8 HDMI inputs. The Di-16# (sharp) is a 16x2 Multiviewer with 16 HDMI inputs and two independent sets of HDMI an SDI outputs. Each input can be sized once or more, duplicated and can be assigned to any output or both. Apantac has also launched a new Hybrid Multiviewer, the MD Series, which supports a combination of video inputs, providing a versatile solution to simultaneously display HDMI and SDI video from various sources on a single screen / display.
The Mx-32 allows users to monitor up to 32 independent 3G (Level A&B)/HD/SD-SDI video inputs simultaneously with four independent outputs. The MX-32 provides the functionality for any input source to be displayed on any of the four outputs. Each input sources can be duplicated as well as resized on the display. Each output can display a maximum of 32 windows. Based on beta testing and market feedback, the MX-32 is the most feature rich and cost effective four output multiviewer in the market.
Apantac has responded to market demand for a cost-effective yet feature-rich 12G Multiviewer portfolio with its new high-performance Mi-8 series. The Mi-8 family is based on the award-winning Mi-16 platform with the addition of 12G SDI support for monitoring UHD video signals. The Mi-8 Multiviewers accept eight 12G SDI (2SI), 3G SDI (Level A&B) and HD SDI signals . There are three models to choose from, sharing the same 1 RU hardware. The Mi-8 is an 8x1 Multiviewer with a dual set of identical HDMI and SDI outputs. The Mi-8+ consists of two 4x1 Multiviewers where the output of each of them is available as both HDMI and SDI. The Mi-8# is an 8x2 Multiviewer with two sets of HDMI and SDI outputs where any input can be displayed on one or both outputs. Customers who are looking for a straight forward path to UHD migration can use the Mi-8 Multiviewers for 12G SDI content monitoring in multiple applications.
Apantac designed the Si-16 series of Multiviewers to address the growing demand for monitoring video and audio signals over an IP network infrastructure. The new Si-16 series of Multiviewers accept 16 Uncompressed Video over IP inputs (ST 2022-6, ST 2110) using SFP modules. The connection between the IP Switch and the Si-16 is accomplished via fiber. There are three models to choose from, sharing the same 1 RU hardware. The Si-16 is an 16x1 Multiviewer with a dual set of identical HDMI and SDI outputs. The Si-16+ consists of two 8x1 Multiviewers where the output from each of them is available as both HDMI and SDI. The Si-16# is a 16x2 Multiviewer with two sets of HDMI and SDI outputs where any input can be displayed on one or both outputs.
This MiniDE-4-UHD and MiniDE-4-UHD-K are ideal for displaying up to 4 HDMI sources on a single HDMI2.0 UHD monitor or projector. The added benefit is that users can mix input resolutions and sources all the way up to 4K on a single display. Do you need to monitor and consolidate four HDMI computer inputs with 4K/UHD output on a single HDMI 2.0 display? Then Apantac’s MiniDE-4-UHD-K, a Multiviewer plus KVM working together on an UHD screen is for you! It accepts 4x HDMI 2.0 computer inputs supporting SD, HD and all the way up to 4K/UHD signals (4:4:4 color sampling). A single mouse and keyboard can control the four computers. When operating in true 4K/UHD mode, the output is crystal clear for pristine monitoring.
The Ross Video openGear® concept allows modular equipment from various manufacturers to share a common 2 RU chassis and a common Dashboard control interface, saving both rack space and money. Apantac has a full line of openGear cards. The new OG-Mi-9, OG-Mi-9+, OG-Mi-9# are broadcast grade 9x1 and 9x2 SDI multiviewer cards with resolution support up to 1080p.
The Mx-32-4KDP allows users to monitor up to 32 independent sources, which can include UHD / 3G Level A&B / HD / SD / SD-SDI inputs and provides a UHD DisplayPort output up to 3840x2160 resolution. The DisplayPort output means that users can take advantage of UHD monitors that support the DisplayPort 1.2 interface, which is now widely available and extremely cost-effective. This provides a solution for broadcast and AV professionals to utilize the feature set of a multiviewer on a 4K/UHD display. Each multiviewer window can now be four times the previous resolution. Display Port is a display interface that is an alternative to HDMI. DisplayPort 1.2 is capable of displaying 4K/UHD resolution up to 4096x2160, RGB 10 bits, at 50/60 Hz.
28 Nov 2017What makes the T# Multiviewer platform particularly versatile is the fact that it is truly modular. When fully populated (using the largest frame – 4RU), the hardware accommodates eight input boards.
28 Nov 2017Apantac's new Mi-8 Multiviewers - 12G support! The Mi-8 Multiviewers accept eight 12G SDI (2SI), 3G SDI (Level A&B) and HD SDI inputs.
02 May 2017The MiniDE-4-UHD-K is a 4 input, 1 output HDMI multiviewer with KVM capability that was introduced at InfoComm 2017. It supports HDMI resolutions up to 4K/UHD - HDMI 2.0 @ 18 Gbps
03 May 2017Thomas Tang presents the new series of Di-16 compact multiviewers with HDMI inputs at InfoComm 2017. These multiviewers are ideal for Set Top Boxes or computers monitoring
12 Apr 2015Thomas Tang introduces the Apantac openGear cards and rear modules range. He covers more specifically the compact OG-MicroQ fixed quad and the OG-MiniQ cascadable quad multiviewer cards.